Dwayne Johnson says he won’t appear in the last two Fast & Furious movies, but wishes (almost) everyone the best of luck.
Hobbs and Shaw Star Dwayne Johnson will not return for the next two innings at the Fast and Furious saga.
“I laughed and laughed a lot,” Johnson told The Hollywood Reporter regarding Vin Diesel’s recent comments about the dispute between the two actors. Those words were about how the animosity apparently stemmed from Diesel using “tough love” to get the best possible performance from Johnson. “I think everyone laughed at that,” Johnson said. “And I leave it at that. And that I have wished them the best.”
“I wish you the best in Fast 9Johnson continued. And I wish you the best of luck in Fast 10 Y Fast 11 and the rest of the Fast and Furious movies they make without me. “In the same interview, Johnson’s Jungle cruise co-star Emily Blunt added her two cents on Diesel. “Thank God he was there,” he said about him. F9 leading man. “Thank God. He helped you get through that.”
Previously, the key creative participants of the Fast and Furious The films left open the possibility of Johnson returning as Luke Hobbs in future installments of the franchise. F9 Director Justin Lin, for example, previously said about the appearance of Hobbs’ Deckard Shaw and Jason Statham in Fast and furious 10, “I never really considered them missing, you know? To me, they are still in this universe; they are part of this family … as we are reaching this kind of final chapter in this saga, I think I am excited to visit again. … Any character, in any situation, is up for discussion. “
Directed by Justin Lin, F9 stars Vin Diesel and is now in theaters.
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Fountain: The Hollywood Reporter
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